Street Team

HD Challenge

Street Team HD Challenge

Street Team® HD Challenge is part of a growing group of programs created for young people by young people.  The HD Challenge is designed have youth share American history through a weekly challenge.  From 4th grade through High School youth; they research the content create a short script and read their findings on camera.  Together we then publish it from here to the world.

HD Challenge History, and Benefits, Jon Gershberg

HD Challenge, 2015, Lonnie Clayton, Jonathan, Best Buy

HD Challenge, 2014, Prince, Michelle, MHS

HD Challenge, 2016, Stevie Wonder, Kelly, Hope Academy

Street Team HD Challenge

Jonathan’s testimony above is about the HD Challenge, he co-produced our Street Team program.  HD Challenge is youth in videos asking a history question about America.   In our next challenge, all correct answers will be drawn from to win a e-gift card from participating sponsors or retailers.  We travel the country recording youth asking these interesting questions. We are excited to create another HD Challenge.

  • Features: Accessible Learning Through video clips, youth from all over the country have asked factual questions about America’s Black experience.  The HD Challenge is an engaging, interactive space for ALL students & learners to show their knowledge.
  1. Broader American stories to discover and learn from
  2. Gifts for timely competence
  3. Give youth a voice
  • Impact:  Interactive education with acclaim for timely study (winning)!
  • Benefits:  HD Challenge is a constant consistent educational opportunity.  It’s Distance Learning from the players own device 😷😷Youth questioners stimulate Registry visitors to improve their reading and research skills. This is done through a vast interest area and their investigative abilities.

HD Challenge’s Purpose: To give young visitors repeated access to information research online through a 1 minute quiz through video.

If you would like our Street Team to work with your town, city or community, contact our office, 612-822-6831 or email us at